Esquire in February

In the February issue of Esquire magazine: Why the Islamic State – an organization banned in Russia – is buying Soviet arms, how Mark Zuckerberg hides from public life and whether a lace tablecloth can save Russian-U.S. relations.

Also: temporary marriages, a handy Russian-Toki Pona phrasebook, golf balls for the moon and the best barmen in Moscow. Readers will also find the rules of life according to singer Kylie Minogue, director Lev Dodin and actor Tom Hardy.

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